2009 Final year student Natalia Rodionova talks about her artwork submitted for the 2009 Ruskin Degree Show and her work in general.
Making Every History Lecture Engaging | Teachinghistory.org
The lecture has fallen on difficult times . . . it relies too heavily on auditory input and makes students passive as opposed to active learners. —Silver, Strong, and Perini. As history teachers we may often use the lecture format, and perhaps many of us had our first excitement about history ignited by an incredible lecture that sparked our interest in the past, but students learn best if they are actively processing what they are hearing. Mike Yell introduces the Discrepant Event Inquiry
Provisional Rights and Past Injustice
Professor Anna Stilz (Princeton University) gives a paper for the Kant and Colonialism conference held at Nuffield College, Oxford. Introduced by Dr Reidar Maliks.
Eddy Currents and Magnetic Damping
Discrete Random Variables: Practice 2: Binomial Distribution
Susan Dean, Barbara Illowsky, Ph.D.
This module provides a practice of Binomial Distribution as a part of Collaborative Statistics collection (col10522) by Barbara Illowsky and Susan Dean.
Science Bulletins: The Known Universe
The Known Universe takes viewers from the Himalayas through our atmosphere and the inky black of space to the afterglow of the Big Bang. It is a short flight through the world's most complete four-dimensional map of the Universe, the Digital Universe Atlas, which is maintained and updated by astrophysicists at the American Museum of Natural History.
The 99 and the 1 [Free Market, January 2012] "We are the 99%!" This slogan of the Occupy Wall Street protesters has been called the most memorable quote of the past year. Those who rally to its cry do so in opposition to the villainous 1%. For a handful of the protesters, being a member of the 1% means being a wealthy recipient of a government bail
[Free Market, January 2012]
"We are the 99%!" This slogan of the Occupy Wall Street protesters has been called the most memorable quote of the past year. Those who rally to its cry do so in opposition to the villainous 1%.
For a handful of the protesters, being a member of the 1% means being a wealthy recipient of a government bail
Barack Obama: Harvard
Barack Obama set his sights high in life when he applied to Harvard Law School. He was accepted and had to take out hefty loans to pay his tuition. Obama met his wife Michelle and continued a long distance relationship while the two remained in school. In this video clip, take a look at the events of Barack Obama's childhood and youth that influenced and shaped him into the person he is today. (4:01)
Barack Obama: Candidate for Change
Barack Obama began his path into politics by attending Harvard Law School. After graduating, Obama finds himself a job at the Chicago law firm where he meets his wife Michelle. Not too long after Obama follows his path into the Illinois senate seat. In this video clip, follow Barak Obama's political journey from his early years to the White House. (3:24)
News #153 - Innovative Language Learning on iTunes
We must admit: iTunes rocks! After all, it’s where we got our start 6 years ago. For many of us that are on-the-go and tune in with our iPods, it has the best collection of content online! Want to learn Japanese, brush up on math, or hear the latest news? Just sync it up and [...]
IPL: Dave Prior - Mapping crystals to underestand gold, glaciers and earthquakes
Inaugural Professorial Lecture from Dave Prior, head of Geology at University of Otago. The lecture was entitled "Mapping crystals to understand gold, glaciers and earthquakes" and was delivered on Thursday the 22nd of September, 2011
KWSU Mount St. Helens Newscast 5/19/1980
Special KWSU/Broadcast 465 newscast from 5/19/1980 about the Mount St. Helens eruption and impact to Washington State University. Anchored by Glenn Johnson, with student reporters including KOMO's Kathi Goertzen, and then-WSU President Glenn Terrell. Courtesy KWSU and the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication for the video.
McMaster 125 - Celebrating Our Graduates
Red Wilson narrates this retrospective review--125 years of McMaster graduates, 1887 to 2012.
Upper Beginner #10 - Last-Minute Gate Change at the Japanese Airport
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! You raced to the airport in Japan, worried that you would not make it on time for your flight. However, now that you have arrived, the Japanese flight has been postponed, and you have some extra time on your hands. What will you do with all this extra time? In this lesson, [...]
News #92 - Spanish Is A Pretty Big Deal
Knowing Spanish is a pretty big deal. And we don’t mean knowing just words and phrases. We mean hopping on a plane to Spanish speaking countries, reading Spanish signs, ordering at restaurants, and striking up conversations with Spanish speaking people along the way. That’s a pretty big deal, which, despite what many say, can be [...]
Top 25 Spanish Questions You Need to Know #20 - What’s the weather like? in Spanish
Learn Spanish with SpanishPod101.com! The more Spanish people you talk to in Spain, the more you realize they are confused about the seasons being opposite where you’re from. You suppose the idea does take some getting used to! In this lesson, you will learn the question What’s the weather like? in Spanish and how to answer [...]
Navajo Health Care
Thunderbird School of Global Management Professor Karen Brown, Ph.D., discusses a trip May 10-11, 2012, to the Navajo Nation in Arizona. http://www.thunderbird.edu
Breakingviews: JPMorgan hammers another nail in VaR coffin
May 14 - JPMorgan's $2 billion loss may have dealt a fatal blow to Value-at-Risk. Breakingviews' Robert Cole assesses whether the alternatives are any better.